On Thu, 2019-10-10 at 19:49 -0600, Nero Claudius Drusus via arch-general wrote: > Let's face the facts. Man is superfluous for most people learning how to > install Arch, especially since it forces you to have an internet connection > in order to install.
What do you mean? You have the installation guide in the bootable image. If you don't know/remember how to use a specific tool, eg. parted, you can just man it. You don't actually need the archwiki, and I would consider man superfluous. You might now even need an internet connection, I run a local mirror at home. I am not saying this is common, just that it is possible and maybe some people might want to do it.
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